Why Gastech 2019?

Houston, Texas has long been the "energy capital of the world" and as home to three major industry players in the LNG space, its importance only continues to grow. September 17 – 19 2019 Houston will host Gastech, the world's premiere natural gas, LNG, and energy conference and exhibition.

"We chose Houston because it is the world's energy epicenter and at the heart of north America's LNG renaissance," said Christopher Hudson, President of dmg events. "Dozens of the largest natural gas and LNG organizations have their global headquarters here, and we expect to see many new LNG export projects announced in the coming months." 

It's the first time in two decades that Houston, and the U.S., have been chosen to host more than 30,000 expected attendees, 700 exhibitors, and 3,500 delegates. Gastech brings together all three industry segments and serves as a business to business meeting platform for both the gas and LNG industry by delivering a business-centric 360-degree perspective with the most up-to-date commercial-strategic and technical content. The comprehensive conference program features Ministerial and CEO panels, as well as 360 speakers leading more than 100 technical and strategic conference sessions.

"There's no better time for Gastech to come back to Houston," said Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner, "The United States is now a net exporter of natural gas for the first time in over half a century, and Houston will be at the center of that commerce."

 

 

About Gastech:

For over 45 years, the Gastech exhibition and conference has been at the forefront of the international gas, LNG and energy market.

This world renowned event is regarded as the most significant meeting place for upstream, midstream and downstream gas and LNG professionals, where they convene to do business.

Gastech has fast become a next generation energy event, hosting major NOCs, IOCs, integrated energy companies, global utilities, EPC contractors, shipbuilders, pipeline companies, manufacturers, technology providers and service companies all of whom play an active role in the global energy value chain.

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